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Cabin as housing?

Dear Editor:I find it amazing that there are county officials that truly believe they could make Grant’s Cabin “affordable housing for county employees.” Does Jack Hatfield think someone will live there? Will this person drive a snowmobile home after work each night or a motorcycle in the summer? Do you plan on adding a bathroom to the cabin, or will the lucky county employee have to go to the bathroom outside? Hatfield is against a long-term lease back to the builder. I guess if Grant had not built the cabin, this would not be an issue and the county would have no idea that there is property they could possible own.Rob CaseDenver

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